The Board of Trustees
The Trustees of Indiana University are IU’s governing board and legal owner. IU alumni elect three of the nine trustees, and Indiana’s governor appoints the other six, including one student. The board meets six times a year, and meetings are open to the public.
Pamela Whitten, a visionary scholar, became IU's nineteenth president on July 1, 2021.President Whitten's biography Office of the President
He was appointed Provost and Executive Vice President in 2022. He serves as the chief academic officer for the IU Bloomington campus community.Rahul Shrivastav’s biography Provost and Executive VP
He became dean in 2013. In that role, he administers all nine campuses of the School of Medicine.Jay Hess’s biography IU School of Medicine
He was appointed interim chancellor in 2022. He has been an IU faculty member since 2000.Andrew Klein’s biography Interim Chancellor and Executive VP
She was appointed to her role in 2022. She is also the IU Kokomo Chancellor.Susan Sciame-Giesecke’s biography VP for Regional Campuses and Online Education
She was appointed in 2022. In her role, she advises and represents the president on a wide range of operational and organizational initiatives, and manages the day-to-day operations of the office.Office of the President
He was appointed in 2021. He is the university's top fiscal officer and oversees budgetary and financial issues across nine campuses.Dwayne Pinkney's biography VP for Finance and Administration
She was appointed in 2018. She is also the John E. Schiller Chair in the Maurer School of Law.Hannah Buxbaum’s biography International Affairs
He has held the position since 2015. He is also an Indiana University Distinguished Professor and the C. Ben Dutton Professor of Law.Fred Cate’s biography Research
She was appointed in 2022. She leads IU Studios, Indiana University’s marketing and communications hub, and works with leaders across the university to help tell IU’s story.About Nancy Paton Communications and Marketing
He was appointed President of the IU Foundation in 2021 and CEO of the IU Alumni Association in 2010.J T. Forbes's biography IU Foundation
He was appointed to the position in July 2020. His work with IU Athletics started when he served as a student manager for the men’s basketball team in the 80s.Scott Dolson’s biography IU Athletics
He was appointed in 2022. He is responsible for leading IU’s human resources strategy, talent acquisition, leadership development, organizational design, compensation and benefits, employee relations and people operations for all of IU’s campuses.Todd Richardson's biography Human Resources
He was appointed in 2020 and leads university-wide IT services on all nine campuses.Rob Lowden’s biography Vice President for IT and CIO
He was appointed to the position in 2009 and is responsible for the physical infrastructure and development of IU’s nine campuses.Thomas Morrison’s biography Capital Planning and Facilities
He was appointed to the position in 2022. He advises IU's Board of Trustees and administration on legal issues and serves as the point of contact on all legal matters involving the university.Anthony Prather's biography VP and General Counsel
He leads IU's government relations efforts at the state and federal level, as well as economic engagement, partnering with Indiana business leaders and communities to enhance the vitality of the state.About Michael Huber University Relations
He was appointed in 2013 and is responsible for leading the university’s diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. Wimbush holds the Johnson Chair for Diversity and Leadership and is a Professor of Business Administration in the Kelley School of Business.James Wimbush’s biography Diversity, Equity and Multicultural Affairs
She was appointed to the position in 2022 and will work with leaders across all university campuses to develop and guide the implementation of strategic initiatives to enhance the student experience university-wide.About Julie Payne-Kirchmeier
Regional campus chancellors
These chancellors lead IU’s regional campuses.
She began her term as IU East Interim Chancellor on July 1, 2022. Previously, she served for 6 years as the Executive Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, providing leadership for both student and academic affairs.Michelle Malott’s biography IU East
She was appointed in 2019. She previously served as the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.Susan Elrod’s biography IU South Bend
He was appointed in 2020. Previously, he served as the College of Staten Island’s founding Vice President for the Division of Economic Development, Continuing Studies, and Government Relations.Ken Iwama’s biography IU Northwest
He was appointed to the role in 2022. He previously served as IU Kokomo’s deputy chancellor, as well as executive vice chancellor for academic affairs.About Mark Canada IU Kokomo Office of the Chancellor
She was appointed interim chancellor of IU Southeast in July 2022. Previously, she served as the Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.Kelly Ryan's biography IU Southeast
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